Tag Archives: Racism

On SAGE Insight: International Students Learn About Race and Racism While Pursuing Higher Education in the USA

Article title: Learning Race and Racism While Learning: Experiences of International Students Pursuing Higher Education in the Midwestern United States From AERA Open The United States is a leading destination for international students seeking to study in another country. This … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Parenting in the Shadow of Ferguson: Racial Socialization Practices in Context

From Youth and Society Black parents have long faced the task of explaining the meaning of race to their children and preparing them for racist experiences. Parents may be especially prone to discuss race when they or their children directly … Continue reading

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Is Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik the tip of the iceberg?

The diffusion of racist violence in the Netherlands: Discourse and distance From Journal of Peace Research Currently images and reports are circulating around the globe of the televised court trial of Anders Behring Breivik, the man arrested for the July … Continue reading

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Coping strategies of race-related stress among African American Women may actually increase stress

Coping strategies as moderators of the relation between individual race-related stress and mental health symptoms for African American women From Psychology of Women Quarterly Race-related stress has been studied extensively. This research looks at the various methods of coping with … Continue reading

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